Unique sunrise at over 3000 m above sea level.

Piz Nair Sunrise Summer

A unique spectacle awaits early birds in the Engadin: the sunrise on Piz Nair.

At an altitude of over 3000 metres, a breathtaking natural spectacle unfolds here. Whether you are a passionate mountain biker, hiker, romantic or sports enthusiast - the magic of the Engadin sunrise is accessible to everyone.

The mountain railways enable participants to reach the summit of Piz Nair before dawn. There, not only the fascinating sight of the sunrise awaits them, but also a rich breakfast buffet in the restaurant Piz Nair 1000 feet. Afterwards, participants can either explore the biking and hiking trails around Corviglia or simply enjoy the morning in comfort before taking the cable car back down to the valley. The first official descent of the Piz Nair cable car takes place as usual at 9.05 am. There are no additional intermediate rides for bikers or pedestrians down or up the mountain.

The price includes:

  • a rich breakfast buffet in the restaurant Piz Nair 1000 Feet

  • the extra ascent with the railway facilities from St. Moritz village to Piz Nair before sunrise

  • day ticket for bikers & bikes / pedestrians for the trail and hiking fun afterwards

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Pre-booking via the Experience Shop is required for the event.
The meeting point is at the valley station of the funicular railway in St. Moritz Dorf.
You will receive your ticket for the day directly on site in the morning at the St. Moritz Dorf valley station. 
The event lasts until 9.00 am (breakfast buffet).

If the event has to be cancelled at short notice, the price paid for the Piz Nair Sunrise event will be refunded. However, Engadin St. Moritz Mountains AG will not cover any additional costs (e.g. overnight stays, etc.) incurred by the participant due to the cancellation of the Piz Nair Sunrise. Annual season tickets, multi-day tickets and the Mountain Railways included & all inclusive are not valid for the event.


July 28th
August 25th
September 29th

Important Information

The mountain bike trails and hiking paths starting at the Piz Nair mountain station are partly snow covered.

The hiking trail between Munt da San Murezzan and Suvretta Pass is closed, due to the increased risk of rockfall. There is an alternative route for the "Suvretta Loop" mountain bike route via Fuorcla Schlattain.